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Player: United  ChessOak Subject: Weirdest game ever


2008-11-14 15:01:43
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1United  ChessOak2008-11-14 15:03:25
Not all the pgn came across in the previous post. Trying again. Here it is if the pgn post fails: 001. e2-e4 d7-d5 002. e4xd5 Qd8xd5 003. Nb1-c3 Qd5-e5 004. Bf1-e2 Qe5-a5 005. Ng1-f3 Bc8-g4 006. d2-d4 Bg4xf3 007. Be2xf3 Ke8-d8 008. Bf3xb7 Qa5-b6 009. Bb7xa8 Kd8-c8 010. 0-0 e7-e6 011. Ba8-f3 Bf8-b4 012. Bc1-d2 Qb6xd4 013. Nc3-b5 Qd4xd2 014. Qd1xd2 Bb4xd2 015. Ra1-d1 Bd2-e3 016. f2xe3 Nb8-a6 017. Nb5xa7 Kc8-b8 018. Na7-c6 Kb8-b7 019. Nc6-e5 Kb7-c8 020. Ne5xf7 Ng8-e7 021. Nf7xh8 Na6-b4 022. Bf3-e4 Ne7-g6 023. Nh8xg6 Kc8-b8 024. Rd1-d8 Kb8-a7 025. Rd8-a8 Ka7-b6 026. Ra8-b8 Kb6-a5 027. Ng6-e5 h7-h6 028. Ne5-c6 Nb4xc6 029. Be4xc6 Ka5-a6 030. Rf1-f7 Ka6-a7 031. Rb8-b7 Ka7-a6 032. Rb7xc7 g7-g6 033. Rc7-e7 e6-e5 034. Re7xe5 Ka6-b6 035. Bc6-e4 g6-g5 036. Rf7-f6 Kb6-c7 037. Re5-e7 Kc7-d8 038. Re7-h7 Kd8-e8 039. Rf6xh6 Ke8-d8 040. Rh7-g7 Kd8-c8 041. Rg7xg5 Kc8-d7 042. Be4-f3 Kd7-d8 043. Rh6-e6 Kd8-d7 044. Rg5-e5 Kd7-c8 045. Re5-d5 Kc8-b7 046. Re6-e5 Kb7-c8 047. Re5-h5 Kc8-c7 048. e3-e4 Kc7-c8 049. e4-e5 Kc8-b7 050. e5-e6 Kb7-b8 051. e6-e7 Kb8-c8 052. e7-e8=Q Kc8-b7 053. g2-g4 Kb7-a7 054. g4-g5 Ka7-b7 055. g5-g6 Kb7-b6 056. g6-g7 Kb6-b7 057. g7-g8=Q Kb7-c7 058. Rh5-e5 Kc7-b7 059. h2-h4 Kb7-a7 060. h4-h5 Ka7-b7 061. h5-h6 Kb7-b6 062. h6-h7 Kb6-b7 063. h7-h8=Q Kb7-c7 064. Re5-h5 Kc7-b7 065. Rh5-h4 Kb7-c7 066. Qe8-a4 Kc7-b7 067. Qg8-g2 Kb7-c7 068. Qh8-d4 Kc7-c8 069. Rd5-b5 Kc8-c7 070. Qd4-b4 Kc7-d7 071. Qb4-c4 Kd7-e8 072. Rh4-d4 Ke8-f8 073. Qg2-d2 Kf8-g7 074. Qc4-f1 Kg7-g8 075. c2-c4 Kg8-g7 076. Qa4-d1 Kg7-g8 077. Rd4-d3 Kg8-g7 078. Rb5-d5 Kg7-g8 079. Rd5-d4 Kg8-g7 080. c4-c5 Kg7-g8 081. c5-c6 Kg8-f8 082. c6-c7 Kf8-g8 083. c7-c8=Q Kg8-f7 084. b2-b4 Kf7-g7 085. b4-b5 Kg7-f7 086. b5-b6 Kf7-f6 087. b6-b7 Kf6-e7 088. b7-b8=Q Ke7-f7 089. a2-a4 Kf7-g7 090. a4-a5 Kg7-f6 091. a5-a6 Kf6-f7 092. a6-a7 Kf7-g7 093. a7-a8=Q Kg7-f6 094. Qa8-e4 Kf6-g7 095. Qb8-e5 Kg7-f7 096. Qc8-e6 Kf7-f8 097. Qe5-d6 Kf8-g7 098. Qe6-e7 Kg7-h8 099. Qd6-d8

2United  Charlemagne2008-11-14 15:58:15
Probably someone just testing chesshere\'s enforcement of chess rules.-

3Pakistan  Zubair822008-11-15 12:44:10
Someone who has recently started playing-

4United  WarrenW2008-11-15 13:01:03
I agree with Zubair82 - these are players new to the game.-

5United  wildbillnum12008-11-18 02:12:13
I thought Black was a child and/or beginner (or playing \'Giveaway\'), and white was good enough to take advantage of Black\'s goofs, but had NO endgame. The \'Testing enforcement of chess rules\' theory is intriguing. I can usually not tell from these PGN files how the game ended. If it was by repetition of the same board position, that would support the theory. Maybe the reason White gave up an easy matimg position on the left side to take pawns was that he was going to see if Black could get a stalemate.-

6United  ChessOak2008-11-18 10:06:16
Now that the PGN feature of the boards have been fixed, here is the complete game again. Make a note of the final position.
3Q3k/4Q3/8/8/3RQ3/3R1B2/3Q4/3Q1Q1K
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HGFEDCBA


7United  ChessOak2008-11-18 10:07:30
Sorry, I need more experience with the FEN diagrams, somehow messed that up.-

8United  ChessOak2008-11-18 10:08:14

3Q3k/4Q3/8/8/3RQ3/3R1B2/3Q4/3Q1Q1K
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HGFEDCBA

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9United  ChessOak2008-11-18 10:08:37
nope, that wasn\'t it either.-

10United  ChessOak2008-11-18 10:10:09
Lucky 3rd? [fen1KQ1Q3/4Q3/2B1R3/3QR3/8/8/3Q4/k3Q3[/fen]-

11United  ChessOak2008-11-18 10:10:40

1KQ1Q3/4Q3/2B1R3/3QR3/8/8/3Q4/k3Q3
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HGFEDCBA

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